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HonorHealth employees assemble military care packages

HonorHealth doctors, nurses and staff came together at Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center to write letters and decorate military care packages for military members.

Condoleezza Rice to headline Waste Management Phoenix Open tee-off luncheon

Scottsdale women’s tennis team wins USTA national title

Ethicon, Arizona reach settlement regarding transvaginal surgical mesh

Scottsdale NEWS

Museum Square development garners unanimous approval

The Museum Square took a big step forward after the Scottsdale City Council approved its development plan. (Submitted graphic) After years of curves and …

Meet the Artist: 2D painter Thomas Breeze Marcus

Phoenix artist Thomas Breeze Marcus (Submitted photo) Name: Thomas Breeze Marcus Where I live: Phoenix, Arizona …

Thompson: Bond approval essential for Scottsdale’s arts community, competitiveness

Scottsdale is a world-class city and arts destination. We would like it to remain that way. French Thompson That is why …

Ecton: Grandparents’ support for the school override

My children have grown, but I’m still voting yes on the SUSD budget override. Wayne Ecton Long ago my son and …

Scottsdale's SWCC celebrates 25 years of caring for wildlife

Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale cares for and rehabilitates more than 300 animals currently. (Photo by Arianna Grainey) The Southwest …

Hot Apple Productions AZ to produce new Scottsdale SkyFest & Balloon Glow

The nation’s “largest” hot air balloon ride company will premiere a new event Thanksgiving weekend 2020 – the Scottsdale SkyFest & Balloon Glow. …

Khazai becomes new Phoenix Boys Choir executive director

Mitra Khazai is the new Phoenix Boys Choir executive director (Submitted photo) The Phoenix Boys Choir has announced the appointment of Mitra Khazai as the …

‘How lucky we were to have him’: Scottsdale leaders remember Art DeCabooter

Dr. Art DeCabooter with his wife, Mary, at the Arizona Historymakers February 2019 event. (File photo) Thank you, Art DeCabooter. …

Grossman: Just like a home, Scottsdale needs to make repairs and upgrades

We know Scottsdale is one of the “Most Livable Cities” in the country. Rebecca Grossmann We also know our city needs …
Scottsdale Opinion

I have lived in Scottsdale for 21 years. Our youngest son is a student at Mohave Middle School and will be the third Saguaro Sabercat in our family. Our oldest son is the director of …

Our state legislature provides less funding for education per student than almost any other state in the country. That lack of funding means the Scottsdale Unified School District must ask voters …
Questions 1, 2 and 3 are very personal to me and my family. The 58 projects in the $319 million program will help our first responders, our seniors and our arts community. My family is very …
Scottsdale Neighbors

Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable presents: ‘Antietam Shadows: Mystery, Myth’

The Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable presents Dennis Frye as speaker at its Nov. 12 meeting at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library.

NiteFlite Golf Tournament to celebrate 30 years, Nov. 15

The annual NiteFlite Golf Tournament, hosted by the Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club, will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Friday, Nov. 15 at the McCormick Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale. …

Meet Your Neighbor: Scottsdale resident helps abused dogs find new bliss

Scottsdale resident Pierce Russell (Submitted photo) Your Name: Pierce H. Russell Age (optional): …

Rodeo Museum set for Scottsdale Dia de los Muertos Festival

Scottsdale Dia de los Muertos festival will be Saturday, Nov. 2 in Old Town Scottsdale and at The Old Adobe Mission. (File photo) Scottsdale Rodeo Museum …
Scottsdale Business

The modern organic Mexican concept Toca Madera will open its doors in Scottsdale Tuesday, Oct. 22.

OEB Breakfast Co. announces its first U.S. site opening in Scottsdale this November.